Third-annual Event Features Speakers from across Kansas
Wichita, KS – Faculty of any two- or four-year college (community, technical or university), instructional technology designers, directors of online programs, academic faculty, and all those interested in technology education are invited to attend the third-annual iTRAC Conference (Innovative Technology to Recharge and Connect), 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday, March 14, at Wichita Area Technical College’s main campus, the National Center for Aviation Training at 4004 N Webb Road.
Speakers from across the state will educate attendees on emerging technology education resources, tools and strategies. Door prizes will be offered, including a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. Keynote speakers include:
- Kim Dhority, Flint Hills Technical College
- Rob Gibson, Emporia State University
- Thad Russell, Dodge City Community College
- Mia Lee, Lee Media Group
Register at http://itrackansas.com/registration. Registration cost is $25 per person and includes: breakfast, lunch, door prizes and all sessions (five fifty-minute sessions, and a one-hour keynote speaker session).
First 100 attendees get an iPad 3 to check out and use during the conference, pre-loaded with apps. Free to use, but must leave drivers license at checkout.
Wichita Area Technical College
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